Life in a nutshell, 'cos it's better if you're nuts!
A bit of a walk around some locks on a canal, followed by a total inability to find a parking space in Dinard (again).
The Bayeux Tapestry – it’s not a tapestry and it wasn’t made in Bayeux. I’m sure there’s laws against that kind of mis-selling.
Hands up if you know what “blé” is ! We found out when we arrived at a fête that was dedicated to it.
A generally slow start to the day with a lack of enthusiasm all round. So we left Granny and Grandad at home and scooted off geocaching.
Some nice geology at the seaside. How could a holiday with kids be better ? Well, it could have been closer to home, I suppose.
Dinan is one of those really well presented twee little towns that France seems to be full of.
Today we decided to go to Mont St Michel, so we got up at some ungodly hour and jumped into the bus for the 45 minute drive over. It proved to be an interesting day.
The traditional day on the holiday where we couldn’t really be bothered. We did a bit of shopping, a bit of swimming and a bit of walking, but not a lot else.